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StageSource provides leadership and services to advance the art of theatre in the Greater Boston region by uniting a broad network of theatre artists, theatre companies and related organizations.

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StageSource Live From The Library
Sep 2, 2013 StageSource
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More than 50 Greater Boston theatre companies of all styles and sizes will unite onTuesday, September 10 in the Cyclorama at the Boston Center for the Arts (539 Tremont Street, Boston) for the first annual Greater Boston Theatre Expo. The public is invited to attend the free event held from 5:30pm to 7:30pm to meet representatives and artists from the region’s fringe, small, mid-sized, and large theatre companies, to get information about upcoming productions, and to take advantage of...
StageSource Live From The Library
Jul 21, 2013 StageSource
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Jeremy Johnson interviews Maureen Keiller in this episode of "Live from the Library".  Maureen Keiller was last seen in 33 Variations at the Lyric Stage of Boston. Other credits: Big River, The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby (Elliot Norton and IRNE award for Best Midsize Production), Speech and Debate (Elliot Norton Award, Best Midsize Production), Epic Proportions, Inspecting Carol (all at Lyric Stage); Nine, The Little Dog Laughed, The Women, Almost Maine, The Wild Party...
StageSource Live From The Library
Jun 13, 2013 StageSource
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Listen to this great conversation about violence design, stage combat, fight choreography, and the difference between the three. Meron Langsner, Angie Jepson, Robert Najarian, and Ted Hewlett joined Julie Hennrikus in the StageSource library to talk about their list of best practices, the importance of mentoring, and to share some stories. 
StageSource Live From The Library
May 22, 2013 StageSource
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Jeremy Johnson interviews John J King in this "One on One" episode of "Live from the Library". John's most recent play is "From Denmark with Love", a James Bond/Hamlet mash-up.  BIO: John J King is part Texan and part Tyrannosaur. He lives in Boston where he makes plays | art | music, and scares little children who thought dinosaurs were dead. He has a Bachelor of Arts from SUNY Boondocks and an accent from his mama. Goals include recording a great dance tune,...
StageSource Live From The Library
Apr 26, 2013 StageSource
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Julie Hennrikus asks Roxanna Myhrum "What is Puppetry?" in this latest "Live from the Library".  Roxanna "Roxie" Myhrum is the Artistic Director of Puppet Showplace Theatre (Brookline, MA) and a stage director of opera, theatre, and puppetry. In Boston, she has been a puppetry coach and director for numerous regional and university theatres including the Huntington Theatre Company, the Lyric Stage Company, Gloucester Stage, Company One, Underground Railway...
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Apr 10, 2013 StageSource
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Jeremy Johnson interviews Costume Designer Molly Trainer in this "Live from the Library: One on One" coversation. Molly Trainer (USA 829) is a Boston-based freelance costume designer for theater and media. She also creates commissioned works and provides consulting services for individuals and organizations. In 1999 Ms. Trainer undertook a major career change to devote herself full-time to costume design, following several years designing costumes as an avocation while working in the...
StageSource Live From The Library
Mar 18, 2013 StageSource
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In this "What Is?" edition of "Live from the Library" Julie Hennrikus interviews Artistic Director Sherrie Johnson and Associate Curator Georgia Lyman of Outside the Box. The conversation started with a discussion about "curation" of festivals, and moved on to a bigger conversation about this summer's festival. Bios: Sherrie Johnson: Artistic Director Sherrie Johnson has developed an international reputation as an innovative and accomplished curator, artistic...
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Mar 18, 2013 StageSource
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Jeremy Johnson interviews Karen Perlow in this "One on One" interview. Karen is a freelance lighting designer in the greater Boston area.  In addition to working at most of the local midsized theaters, she teaching lighting design at MIT.  She is a 3-time recipient of the IRNE award for best lighting design.  As a former member of the StageSource board, she was influential in organizing the first REPA (StageSource) Job Fair. 
StageSource Live From The Library
Feb 18, 2013 StageSource
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"Live from the Library" presents a "What Is?" podcast. What is Audience Development? Kami Rushell Smith spends a few minutes answering that question for ED Julie Hennrikus. Kami Smith is a Boston-based actress, producer, and arts administrator. She has appeared on stage most recently in The Mountaintop at Central Square Theater. She has performed locally with SpeakEasy Stage Company, Lyric Stage Company, New Repertory Theatre, Wheelock Family Theatre, and many more. Kami...
StageSource Live From The Library
Feb 18, 2013 StageSource
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Jeremy Johnson, the Member Services Manager of StageSource, debuts his "One on One" interview with this podcast. His first guest: Larry Coen. An award winning director and actor, Larry Coen has been honored with Elliot Norton awards for his productions of The Divine Sister for SpeakEasy Stage and Phantom of the Oprah for the Gold Dust Orphans.. Larry also serves as the Artistic Director of City Stage Company which provides free arts education programs and performances for low income...
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Jan 29, 2013 StageSource
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StageSource's Executive Director, Julie Hennrikus, and Member Services Manager, Jeremy Johnson, talk about what's coming up from the Library.